23rd November 2017 
Welcome to the
Doctor Healer Network (DHN) Website


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The Doctor Healer Network (DHN) exists to encourage the acceptance and use of integrated medicine, incorporating energy healing as a major component. The DHN offers information, advice and a forum for discussion for healthcare professionals who wish to become involved in healing. The DHN further aims to promote understanding and awareness of healing as a recognised and viable form of complementary therapy, and to form collaborative links with medical and healthcare professionals and researchers.

Members of the DHN come from a wide variety of backgrounds. Members include doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychotherapists, midwives, medics, hospital and pharmaceutical workers, academics and GPs, plus complementary therapists working alongside health professionals.

The DHN does not directly provide healing services or make recommendations regarding particular healers or techniques. However, our DHN Network offers links to many leading organisations teaching and promoting healing within the UK, and any of these organisations should be able to provide advice and information regarding specific methods and access to individual healers.

The DHN actively promotes research into energy healing and encourages informed discussion, debate and academic study in this field.


Areas of Activity

The Doctor Healer Network’s principal areas of activity currently include :-

  1. Promoting the awareness of healing as a viable therapy
  2. Promoting the use of healing with the NHS and PCTs
  3. Encouraging collaborative links between healers and healthcare professionals
  4. Research
  5. Teaching and academic studies
  6. Work within Primary Care Trusts
  7. Work within the National Health Service
  8. Developing an effective source of information and contact for healthcare professionals wishing to expand their knowledge of energy healing
  9. Offering guidelines for healthcare professionals and healers seeking to establish working relationships